Originally Posted by conticreative
I race in the same league with the OP and I guarantee you that our weather changes in the course of a race.
I bailed out of the 3 hours Sepang race with cramps on my braking foot, but a few days before I raced at SPA in the GT2 series and we started with blue skies, we went in for the first pit routine and not 10 minutes later is started raining.
Not only it started raining, but it rained in one part of the track and not the other. Eventually I jumped in for Inters but when I exited it stopped raining.
Had I not made that poor choice of pitting for tires I had already gone from very last position (for crashing in the previous week superpole) to 14th place, a gain of over 15 positions (I think we had 38 starting? I can't remember).
By pitting I squandered any chance I had of a point finish and ended up 17th.
So yes, it does change.
i know NAGP league too,
they use the weather patch which i did make link.
in their monday and thursday league,
in saturday league i do not know, but i think in this league they use a weather programm for make own weather, think close to real life weather.
in thursday and monday they use the weather patch, where nobody knows what comes and the changeable weather is exactly this, how it should be in orginal, but it is not in orginal changeable.
with this patch everthing is random in weather,
only indicator is the .gdb file, where you can watch the average rain %, like 0.3 = 30% chance of rain in this track, or 0.5 which is 50% chance of rain in this track and so the possibility is higher that race is in rain and possibility is higher that during a dry race the weather will change to rain with 50%.
if you have a track with 0.0 then nearly never ever it will rain in this track or condition change, nearly always dry.